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Beaches & History: The Ultimate Dubrovnik 5 Day Itinerary

If you want to explore the Game of Thrones city of southern Croatia to the full but only have 120 hours to do it in, look no further than our ultimate Dubrovnik 5 day itinerary. It ensures you’ll see all the major history sights and enjoy the cultural wealth of the destination, whilst also delving into a few local secrets along the way. We’ve tried to...

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Why is Croatia Split in Two? How Bosnia got its Coastline

Bridging Western Europe and the Southeast, Croatia is a melting pot of Mediterranean and Balkan culture. Scenic pebbled beaches, turquoise waters, and countless historical cities all contribute to Croatia’s allure and there are tons of places worth visiting from its vibrant capital to its uninhabited islands and the walled old towns of its ancient settlements...

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The 9 Most Beautiful Villages in Croatia

Sun-soaked Croatia sits at the crossroads of Central and Southeast Europe. Dazzling islands, picturesque national parks, and medieval history make it a dreamy vacation destination that’s bound to be on your bucket list – especially if you’re a Game of Thrones fan. Still, Croatia has a lot more to offer beyond its star-studded tourist hotspots. ...

earthquakes in Croatia

Are Earthquakes Common in Croatia? Staying Safe in the Balkan Nation

Croatia is a picturesque Balkan nation, straddling western and southeast Europe and scoring the perfect balance between the two in culture, cuisine, and weather. With 20 million tourists visiting the country every year, natural disasters probably aren’t the first thing to come to mind when you picture the sparkling seas and sun-soaked islands but are...

best breakfast in croatia

The Best Breakfast in Split: 7 Top Breakfast Joints

Split, Croatia, is one of the most incredible and beautiful tourist destinations in Europe. But can you eat well there? If you’re looking to get your days off to the best possible start, then you’ll be looking for places where you can get the best breakfast in Split. Croatian’s love their food and they like to take their time eating it. It’s...

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The 7 Warmest Places in Croatia for a Sun-Soaked Break

At the crossroads of Central and Southeast Europe, Croatia is the richest Balkan country, fringed by Adriatic Coastline and dotted with national parks, waterfalls, and pristine beaches. With a capital famed as a prominent Game of Thrones filming location, it’s no surprise that each seaside town, island, and city is steeped in history, but Croatia is also a...

Things to Do in Hvar When it Rains

7 Things to Do in Hvar When it Rains

The Croatian island of Hvar, with its picturesque beaches, ancient old town, and lively nightlife, has undeniable appeal and it’s best known as a summer resort. Hvar benefits from an archetypal Mediterranean climate and it’s actually the sunniest island in the Adriatic with over 2,800 hours of sunshine per year. Still, that doesn’t mean you should...

best breakfast in zagreb

Best Breakfasts in Zagreb: 7 Sizzling Spots in Croatia’s Capital

With incredible nightlife, enthralling annual events, and authentic Croatian charm, Zagreb more than makes up for its lack of picturesque beaches. You can do anything in Croatia’s capital, and if you’re wondering where to find the best breakfast in Zagreb, you’re in the right place.   Zagreb has given way to a thriving culinary scene, with...

best tattoo shops in zagreb

The 7 Best Tattoo Shops & Artists in Zagreb

You can do just about anything in Croatia’s sprawling capital city. From touring the Gothic architecture to enjoying local delicacies in one of the many outdoor cafes. Ink lovers will be happy to hear that there are also plenty of places to get a new tattoo. Zagreb is a creative and modern city, so what better way to commemorate your holiday than with some new...

best nightclubs in zadar

Zadar Best Nightclubs: 7 Nightlife Venues to Visit

Nestled on Croatia‘s Dalmatian Coast, Zadar is the oldest continuously inhabited city in the country with a rich cultural heritage acknowledged by UNESCO. It’s best known for its peninsular Old Town which is dominated by Venetian ruins, archaeological sites, and Roman-era landmarks, but Zadar is not all history and culture.  We all want to let our...